The headline says it all. Cupertino, California, and often left leaning, Apple has approved an app called Manhattan Declaration. Manhattan Declaration is an app that is a self proclaimed “Call of Conscience”.
The app gets users to sign a 4700 word “Declaration” penned by Christian Clergy, scholars and others. According to the apps creator the app “speaks in defense of the sanctity of life, traditional marriage, and religious liberty” and allows users to add their signatures to the declaration.
The Apple app market is usually scrutinized overv its vetting process often taking weeks for developers to get their apps through. Apple was also quick to ban apps that poked fun at both President Bush and President Obama.
Is this a freedom of speech thing?
Source: Huffington Post